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their concern was am i going to get shot in people start running into the hotel. >> shots fired in the middle of rittenhouse square. the new information we're learning as the story develops right now. plus a young child and a tragic accident following several stories off his family's balcony. the evidence police hope had led on exactly what happened. than. >> graduation day will be pushed back. >> what about tuition reimbursement? i'm paying for this. >> thousands of professors are preparing to strike affecting more than dozen colleges in our area. what staff say they're fighting for and what the threat of no class could mean for more than 100,000 student. >> also, keep your sweaters in your closet. but enjoy the summer like weather. why it will feel more like august in october.
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and when we can expect fall weather to return. >> good day everybody, it is wednesday, october 19th, 2016. thanks so much for waking up with us, this morning. sue, i'm moving too fast. already spilled entire cup of agree tea on my desk this morning. >> yikes. yes, well, you know, as bob kelly just said, it can only get better from here, if that's the way your day starts. look what we have for you outside. a ten out of ten once again. yes, we rhymed that. 69 degrees on october, what's today, the 19th in wow. no problems with visibility at the airport, 7-mile per hour breeze out of the west southwest. sunrise happens officially at 7:16. now we've been having problems with fog the past couple of mornings it, doesn't look like it is an issue today. there is still some moisture in the air. so we'll keep an eye on the situation, but so far so good with the fog. very mild morning, even up in the mountains, where it is 67 degrees, close to 70 at
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trenton, 68 in wildwood. 69 degrees in wilmington. and winds are many coming out of the south and the southwest. we did not break a record yesterday. we were 1 degrees shy but the records is 08 today, prediction of 58 looks like this will be record breaker plenty of sunshine, but there are changes on the horizon, talk about them in the seven day forecast, good morning, bob kelly. >> good morning, i put the air on last night, because it was just too hot in the house. good morning, it is wednesday, 4:02, live look at i-95, hello northeast philly, live look right here through the construction zone, cottman avenue here, working southbound between cottman avenue and bridge street. hello to the ben now problems at all coming into downtown, sue mentioned, no fog at least in the traffic cameras yet coming into or out of the citiment going to the shore, what do you say? such nice day. i'll drive. here is a live look down the shore, route 47, just outside of wildwood. kind of quiet, no problems at all at the shore. and all of the speedometer readings actually looking good across the board on major
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roadways, road work today those in south philadelphia, broad street between paterson and 11th. watch for local lane remember sticks sean there, 422, one lane closed later today right at route 724. airport, mass transit liking good. back to you. >> police are looking for clues in a shooting that happened last night. right in the middle of rittenhouse square park. man trying to break up a robbery. right out to steve keeley in rittenhouse with those details, hi, steve. >> we used the word brazen yesterday, how criminals, guys with guns, don't care who is around, where they are. this case is the extreme home, six figure homes, happens prime time, nicest nights we'll ever have in october where hundreds of people are out, right in the middle of this park where people are constantly walking dogs, strolling around, hanging out. look through the construction fencing. maybe because of all of the
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construction fencing here, that these criminals thought they had some cover. beyond that fencing, you see the stone fence. if you're not familiar with rittenhouse square, middle of the park, about 3-foot high stone fence, happened right there, right about 30 feet from the gazebo. now, look at the gazebo, almost octagon shaped. right under those white lights that you see there, there are surveillance cameras, on every side of that octagon shaped gazebo. so they have this on surveillance. they have these guys approaching the group. they have these guys running from the scene. they've got what happened. now, let's go to the video. the first shot we will show you is a bicycle. >> this good samaritan was on a bicycle. the officer i talked to said probably local delivery guy, that's why you see that milk crate on the back of there attached to the back of his bike, probably coming from food delivery here on rittenhouse square. because he delivers here often, he probably new these guys, because one of the two armed holdup men is very familiar with them. when i say them, people in the park, police even, police have
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his nickname, they said they think they know where to find him, they felt they were hot on his trail and hoping to catch that guy who would lead them to his culprit. shear inspect store scott small talking about the shocking case of robbery in rittenhouse square and then shooting in rittenhouse square. >> that's from several witnesses, this 39 year old individual was very brave to be intervening in a robbery where he clearly sees at least one person with a gun and we're getting reports from witnesses that at least two of the perpetrators i describe both had guns. so this 39 year old victim, who intervenes, was very courageous, very brave, but he ended up getting shot. but fortunately very, very lucky for him and us, it appears he's going to survive the multiple gunshot wounds to the chest, the torso, and the shoulder.
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>> one of the reasons he's nearby, let's come back to the live picture now, see police suv with the brake lights, you'll see, headlight you see there is a patrol car. they've been driving on the sidewalk through the park constantly on patrol around here. and you know they'll be here probably even after they announce arrest in this case. nel they do they want people with the most expensive address in the city to feel that it is safe to walk their dog this morning, and now, you see the police putting their flashing lights on, they want to show a visible presence here, and they're not going to let this kind of stuff happen at this spot right here plus thousands of people live here, there are highrise ers, surrounding rittenhouse square if you're not familiar with it, right in the middle of center city. the reason that guy survived these cops took him into their patrol car, got them super fast at harm man, right to the emergency room, even within 90 minutes, i'm told, the surgeons there who are used to dealing with gunshot victims had him stabilized. so, critical but stable,
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meaning, i'll survive, and he'll be able to help this investigation probably as early as today, thanks to the cops and the surgeons at hahnemann, and all of the witnesses now the initial people, lauren, that were being held up as many as five, well the gunshots go off and of course what do they do? they run for their lives. so police still looking for them last night in hoping they'll all come forward to describe what they saw. so a wide investigation on this case already this morning just about, let's dot math here, six hours, seven hours after it happened. >> steve keeley, thank you so much. >> over in wynnefield heights, a four year old boy has died after police say he fell at least seven stories from an apartment balcony. police say it happened yesterday evening, at this apartment building on the 3800 block of conshohocken avenue. the child was taken to children's hospital where he later died. >> the the child comes through the screen of the apartment,
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lands at some point on to the decking area of the deck out here which are cement. not sure how he gets from the decking area over the fencing at this point. >> investigators are interviewing witnesses to figure out how this happened. they're hopeful nearby surveillance cameras will shed some light into their investigation. >> we will know in state faculty, staff and coaches will go on strike, will affect student at 14 state university. dave kinchen joins us live from west chester university with more on this. hi, dave. >> reporter: lauren, we can tell you the university teachers union burning the midnight oil. they actually tweeted out moments ago it is four a.m. and they are still here meeting, still trying to get some kind of deal done at least that's how we interpret that tweet there. but the strike tentatively set for 5:00 a.m. here at west chester university, if they do not get a deal, talks broke down last night. now the largest protests will be set here at main hall,
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where we are now. last night negotiations broke down between the university teachers union and the state university system. fourteen universities are impacted, 105,000 students, and 5500 faculty, pay raises, healthcare contributions just some of the sticking points here, west chester university is the largest in the system, and student here are sounding off. >> i just hope that, like, it doesn't go on too long, to where we start missing assignment, then we can't finish out the semester classes. >> like i'm not really excited for it. if it goes on for too long, then we have to re-do class, not sure who is going to teach our class. >> not sure if our graduation day, it is worrying, we all have plans after graduation f we do go on strike for very long time, what about tuition reimbursement? i'm paying for. >> this and now i'm losing out on my money. >> some of the other issues include part time protesters,
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union said it has been working without a contract for the past 15 months. governor wolf urged both sides to continue negotiations, sounds like the union is working on that at this early hour. by the way if this strike does happen, the big question is what happens with the state university system says student should still go to class, but also, warned, some classes could be canceled. so it could be a very chaotic day if the strike indeed happens at 5:00 a.m. back to you. >> man, causing issues, dave kinchen, thank you. you decide 2016. what happens happening over the last 24 hours, clinton camp continues to answer more questions over emails released by wikileaks, the president slams donald trump over his claims the election is rigged, and the two nominees are hours away from their final debate. a seemingly confident hillary clinton is in las vegas preparing for tonight's final presidential debate. but expert say she is still gravel within fall out with fresh wikileaks releases and accusations of quid quo pro. tried to pressure the fbi to change the classification on
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at least one of clinton's emails, in the meantime, her husband, bill clinton, spoke at a rally in blue bell yesterday. >> if america work like this community college we would be way better off. now think about it. think about it. it is open to everybody without regard to race, religion, income, politics, ability, dis ability, sexual orientation. >> his intention intended for millennials, also spoke to students about education reform and how hillary clinton plans to make higher education affordable. >> on a gop side, donald trump unveiled a new proposal in colorado, now calling for patrick kennedy to be fired. fbi records show kennedy asking the fbi to re classify emails sent from hillary clinton server, as part of a plan that would have allowed more f.b.i. agent in iraq.
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>> the president hosed his last state dinner as leader of the united states, the president and first lady welcomed the italian prime minister and his wife as their final guest last night. earlier in the day, from the rose garden the president weighed in on donald trump's unfounded claims that the election could be rigged. >> i have never seen in my lifetime or in modern political history. >> any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election process before votes even taking place, you start whining before the game is even over? if whenever things are going badly for you, and you lose, you start blaming somebody else? then you don't have what it takes to be in this job.
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>> the meals were prepared by celebrity chef mario and gwen stefani performed. >> one south jersey, fighting for kids safety, technology that could protect families. but the question s. who should pay for it?
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probably, ten to 20 degrees above averaging, just like they were yesterday. we're starting out close to 07 degrees in so many places including philadelphia. trenton, wildwood, dover, even in the mid 60s in lancaster and reading, and upper 60s in mount pocono this morning. now, fog is not an issue, and hopefully it won't be this morning. but we will keep an eye on the situation. it was warm yesterday, kind of humid. so, that could be a problem. but probably not. now we see the leading edge of a cold front, that will be dissipating as it heads through our area today. we will still get to the high in the mid 80s we think, but what will happen as far as precipitation, just clouds today, with this front. and then it comes back as a warmfront tomorrow with possibility of rain in the morning, so you may need that umbrella for the morning rush hour, looks like just kind of clouds the rest of the day, then stronger cold front comes through on friday. and that could end up being a rainy day for us. >> eight a degrees today, last
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ten maybe for awhile, clouds, showers, but still close to 80 degrees tomorrow. showers likely on friday. >> saturday dramatic difference, windy, colder, chilly morning, recovery only to around 61 degrees, on sunday, so really on saturday it is going to be one of those days where the wind will blow all of those leaves around, and what's left on the trees may come off, as well. soap, a big dramatic change, bob kelly, enjoy the mid 80s today. >> so you're telling me there is no use in doing that leaf work today? >> it will be for naught. >> the wind will come and clear it all out. >> that's right. >> live look, 4:17, fayette street, in conshohocken, the crews have been out there all night long. pulling a lionel rich he here right by the mcdonald's, so out there just watching one lane squeezing on through as you roll out of conshohocken. nice pretty shot from our camden toll plaza, city skyline lighting it up here. no problems at all on the ben franklin bridge. hello cherry hill.
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live look here with the mall in the background along haddonfield road, route 706789 off to nice quiet start, but the crews still working on 95. so you got the southbound 95 crew, then you also have that new traffic pattern northbound, i use this stretch yesterday when i'm up to william tenant high school. and nice smooth ride as you roll from bridge up to cottman avenue. so, some of the gain after all of that pain. the market frankford line, still using shuttle buses until 5:00. lauren, back over to you. >> bob, thank you so much. now to a developing story out of south jersey. a city worried about gun violence now one step closer to stopping it. >> getting the necessary equipment to make this all happen, now proves ton the real battle. shawnette wilson explains. >> the vote millville parents wanted to hear, city commissioners passed resolution for service called shot spotter, asking the
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cumberland county freeholder pay for it. shot spotter detect where gunshot are fired with the hopes of getting police there fast. but, before the vote, commissioners were divided. >> if we can afford it, yes, we simply cannot. >> i disagree with you. i this is our problem, i think we should pull our pant up and deal with the situation as a public safety director. i think we have a very confident police department. >> residents were encouraged by the vote but say they're not optimistic that the county will give up the money. tim card i brought the shot spotter idea to officials but he's upset the process taking so long. >> nothing is getting better in the city. it is getting worse. 6:00 this morning on high street, flea shots rang out. three shots. one person -- >> card i also feels city commissioners aren't completely committed to the idea. >> we might as well go to lowe's, commissioner, go to lowe's, get your public works guys, get the biggest chains,
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lock up, and just really give the criminals the keels. because that's what they have right now. >> angel broom hall feels money shouldn't be an issue with all of the violence plaguing the sit. >> i we have drive by shootings while kids are heading to get candy and soda from the 7-eleven. >> shot spotter will go in the direction that won't reverse that it, will help us take our city back. >> broomall says if the county doesn't cover shot spotter, she is willing to pay higher taxes to get it. >> i can't april forward to lose my child, but i can afford a few extra bucks. >> shawnette wilson, "fox 29 news". now, let's head to atlantic city, a person started shooting at jitney bus. skyfox over the scene at 6:00 last night. 1100 block of adriatic avenue. bullets through through the glass windows of the bus, med hicks to treat one woman on scene for glass cuts, but fortunately, the bullet did miss her. >> police are investigating an incident in center city after two men robbed a woman at gunpoint. investigators say, the men barged into the victim's house
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in the 1400 block of lombard street just before noon yesterday. they got away with cash and a xbox. but the woman did not get hurt. >> now, to our top stories, legislation is on the move to permit all of pennsylvania's municipal police departments to use radar to catch speeders currently only the pennsylvania state police are allowed to use such devices in the state. the bill passed the senate 47 to three, and now heads to the house. the house has just six scheduled session days before november 30th, when all bills will go. >> good news for camden youth football program. gloucester city man has been charged for damaging their football field. we first told you about the story last week. police say 28 year old alexander peters deliberate are thely drove his pick-up truck on to the rain soak field earlier this month. and then spray painted a swastika on the concession stand. police say surveillance video and tips from the public helped them catch peters. >> we brought the suspect in to be interviewed. he confessed.
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>> all you got to do is pray for the guy, that's. >> pray for him? >> yes, still our brother at the end of the day. >> prosecutors charged peters criminal mischief. already lock up at the time of his arrest. last friday a judge sentenced him to three years on a separate aggravated assault case. coming up later on good day, the coach of the camden raiders will join us live to talk about this arrest and the team moving forward. >> for the last few weeks all of the talks have been about the eagles and the sixers. but next in sports, why the flyers may secretly be the best team in our city. but first, your winning lottery numbers. planned parenthood.
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there is fox 29 sports in one minute. >> good morning, i'm sean bell. all of the talk has been about the eagles and sixers. the flyers might be the best team in the sit. yesterday they had a thrilling game against the blackhawks, the flyers were down four-zip at one point, battled all the way back to tie the gamement then they just ran out of gas. great passing by the blackhawks led to goal for the hawks, chicago scored three more goals, after the flyers tied the game up blackhawks seven to four. indians, blue jays, bottom of the seventh. bases loaded. straight up the middle. providing some insurance runs right there. right back up the middle.
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blue jays hold off, nation wing five; indians still lead the series three to one. to the nlcs, dodgers-cubs, dodgers up one-zip, hits two-one bomb to right center, went five innings, giving four earned runs. dodgers win. lead the series two to one. that's sports in a minute, i'm sean bell. >> coming up at 4:30, there may be no class for thousands of college student then the morning after more than 15 months of negotiations. no signed agreement. thousands of professors are preparing to strike. we'll have more coming up in a live report. plus: police are investigating a shooting in rid rittenhouse square. who they say they're searching for right now.
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this is getting creepy! (sfx: loud thunder clap) grrrr, did you say creepy? creepy cash? the new instant game from the pennsylvania lottery. yeah, with top prizes of 50 grand. that's a monster of a prize. keep on scratchin' >> rittenhouse square is a crime scene after gunshots fired last night, new information we're learning about the victim. plus: young child falls several stories off his family's balcony. the evidence that could possibly shed light on this tragic accident. >> and, more than 100,000 student in our area may have a reason to stay sleeping this morning. why thousands of professors at 14 different colleges are preparing to strike. also, another day of summer like weather.
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we can't complain. but, a lot of people are asking: whether is fall going to show up? sue serio will tell you. good day everybody, it is wednesday, october 19th, 2016. soup, i foe bob said he turned on the air last night. i try to keep the windows open but it was so hot. >> yes, it was just such a change, but, believe me, you'll need the heat back on again by the weekends. so just enjoy today. do what you have to do. if for some odd reason you didn't get out, enjoy yesterday, today is your day. it is another ten. we expect to be in the 80s once again. little bit after breeze out there this morning, close to 70 degrees, in philadelphia, to start the day on october 19th. yes, that's unusual. 7:16 our sunrise time. we're not having any issues with fog to speak of this morning. so, that's a good thing, let's hope that stays that way. and temperatures are in the 60s everywhere. we don't even see any 50's this morning. no rain to show you. but by tomorrow morning, we will. so, today, enjoy the sunshine.
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it will be a mix of sun and clouds by lunchtime, high temperature of 85 degrees, the record for today is 80. so, all we have to do is get to 81. we've broken record. talk about big weekend changes coming up in just a few minute, bob kelly, good morning. >> good morning, sue, i tried, i really did, i tried not to turn the air on, i had to last night just so coy get to sleep. good morning, 4:31, kick off those covers. let's go south on 95, the crews are working out here between cottman avenue and bridge street. down to one lane but we're okay, just little slow go. light volume at least at this hour, hopefully out of there by 5:00. look at the 42 freeway, no problems coming in toward the city. no fog this morning, that's good news. septa ewing shuttle buses, until about 5:00 on both the market frankford and the broad street subway. philly international good day yesterday. no problems so far this morning on the tote boards, on arrivals and departures, but later today right after the rush hour they'll close olney avenue between third and master street. watch for some local detours.
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and no matter where you're starting your trip you're in good shape. double five's across the boards for the most part, 36 miles per hour, that's the camera i showed you, 95 south, crews working there at cottman avenue. lauren, back over to you. >> bob, thank you so much. for developing stories, investigators searching for answers after a man is shot right in the middle of rittenhouse square, people started running and panicking when they heard the gunfire. steve keeley is live there with more details, hi, steve? >> reporter: well, for once, no problem getting lot of answers and lot of video. you can see, that there are still lots of police on the scene. and everybody knows the gazebo that knows the middle of rittenhouse square, that's where you see police officer park flashing lights letting everybody know that this is park is safe, while it wasn't safe just after 9:00 last night, chris, give them a look for people who don't know rid end how square. go up, show the highrises here, this place is surrounded by very expensive highrises. the higher you go, the more
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expensive it gets. and these residents around here go for well over $10 million. so you can bet, that police are not going to allow guys to think they can walk in here during prime time and stick up people with a gun and then shoot people with a gun. and so that is exactly what happened last night. believe it or not, they say, two guys with a gun and there may be even more guys with these guys, they tried to holdup five people at the same time right in the middle of the park. now, it is warm out. it is beautiful out. and so many people are out all around the park, because there are restaurant outside dining. there is a loft people walking their dogs, walking through the park. one of the guys going through the park is a local food delivery guy. and let's go to the video. you will see his bicycle. see cooler where he has the drinks, to stay cold from this restaurant to the delivery spot. and then those bags you see, all of the food that he was on his way to a delivery police believe, 39 years old, he comes across these guys, one of them familiar to people who
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are regulars in the park, and maybe this guy, as well, who likely is a regular delivering food around here. and he says: do not try to hold these people up. what are you doing, stop doing this, he intervenes, and he get shot, as many as five times. here is inspector scott small. >> that's from several witnesses. but this 39 year old individual, who is very brave to be intervening in a robbery where he clearly sees at least one person with a gun, and we're getting reports from witnesses that at least two of the perpetrators both had guns. this 39 year old victim who interviews was very courageous, very brave, but he ended up getting shot. but, fortunately, very, very lucky for him and us, it appears he's going to survive the multiple gunshot wounds to the chest, the torso and the shoulder. >> because police scooped him up as they say, put him in the
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back of a patrol car, had him in the emergency room at hahnemann hospital. probably in under three minute. and so the surgeons got to him. he was already stabilized within an hour of being shot that many times at that close range. lauren, they think a revolver was used because they did not find any spent shell casings, so they know the kind of gun and even know the nickname of the shorter of the two armed holdup men. they think they know where to find him, as women. so don't be surprised of news of arrest comes right away. only question once they catch that guy, does he rat out his colleagues. >> let's hope so. need to find out who did this. steve keeley, thank you so much n wynnefield height, four year old boy has died after police say he fell at least seven stories from an apartment balcony. police say it happened yesterday evening, at this apartment building on the 3800 block every conshohocken avenue. the child was taken to children's hospital where he later died. investigators are hopeful nearby surveillance cameras will shed some light into that investigation. in less than 30 minute, we'll know if pennsylvania
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state system faculty members and coaches will go on strike. >> this will of course affect student at pennsylvania's 14 state university. dave kinchen joins us live from west chester university. hi, dave. >> reporter: lauren, we are watching this every minute. the university teachers union tweeted out at 4:00 a.m., marking every hour, really, since late last night. they say 4:00 a.m., and still here, meaning, still working on trying to get a deal done literally at the last minute here. but, at this point, strike is set for 5:00 a.m. here in west chester university if they do not reach a deal the largest strike of eight picket lines, the largest one at west chester university main hall where we are now, late last night, negotiations broke down between the university teachers union and the state university system. so at that point, they said the strike will happen at 5:00 a.m. fourteen state university impacted, 105,000 student, 5500 faculty, pay raises and healthcare contributions, just some of the sticking points.
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west chester university, as we said, the largest in the system impact the by a potential strike, and student here are sounding off. >> i already have a busy schedule to begin with. so i'm worried am i going have to make this up, how do i finds the time to do so? very frustrating f we do go on strike very long time, what about tuition reimbursement? i'm paying for. >> this now i am losing out on my monday. >> i like i'm not really excited, goes on for too long, then we have to redo class and stuff like. that will we're not sure who will teach our class. >> after couple of weeks i said that the term will be terminated. which means that we would like i guess get our money back, i'm not sure, but we wouldn't definitely graduate in the spring. >> another contentious issue is the part-time professors set up here the big question, what happens if there is a strike? well the state university system says student should
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still go to school, go to class, but they say, classes could be canceled, so, a the love student, with a lot of questions, parents, as women, and of course the people even in the negotiations they have questions as this is all being sorted out one way or another. back to you. >> next time we check in with you we'll know what happens, dave kinchen, thank you. you decide 2016. much happening over the last 24 hours, the clinton camp continues to answer more questions over emails, the president plans donald trump over his claims the election is rigged, and the two nominees are hours away from their final debate. seemingly confident hillary clinton some in las vegas preparing. experts say she is still grappling with the fall out from fresh wiki leak releases and accusations of quid pro quo. tried to pressure fbi to change the classification on at least one every clinton's emails. on the gop side donald trump unveiled new proposal in colorado in response to them, calling for under secretary of state patrick kennedy to be fired. fbi records show kennedy asking the fbi to re classify
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emails sent from hillary clinton's server, as part of a plan that would have allowed more f.b.i. agents in iraq. >> people magazine reporting, six people have come forward to back up one of its reporters claims of being sexually assaulted by donald trump. former staff writer natasha says last week trump grabbed her and forced a kiss on her at his florida home several years ago. she says she was humiliated but admit not telling her superiors or writing about it until now. trump responded by saying she wasn't good looking enough for him to touch. >> philadelphia city leaders are focused on new initiative to reach out to black men and young boys. how mayor jim kenney is fight willing to reduce economic and social disparity.
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>> new initiative to reach out to boys. what announced he's calling the commission of african-american males. he introduce dollars new commissioner, they'll study social issues, recommend solutions to reduce economic and social disparity. >> 300 whales washed up on the shore of the delaware, every marine biologist in the world would come and try to figure out what the problem was. on average, 300 men and women are murdered in the city of philadelphia, and there is not
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>> love is in the air, from geo in the morning, all here singing and dancing the city radio host is re marrying his ex-wife, live on good day, today, and mike jerrick is officiating the ceremony all happening at the beautiful water works over by the art museum. watch the wedding live on good day. it starts at 9:00. but they're going to be preparing and getting ready all morning long, jen will be with them, blow dry bar, lots of things going on, sue, but what a fantastic day to get married. >> everybody loves a wedding and they'll love a wedding in this weather today. i'll show you couple of the high temperatures from yesterday. we had new records in reading, wilmington, allentown and trenton yesterday. we did not tie the record was eight a, we got to 84 degrees. so what? it was a beautiful day. starting off pretty mild this morning, so with enough sunshine we should get to record breaker today. because philadelphia's record is 8 degrees, 68 in wildwood,
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everybody getting started very mild this morning, and, for once, we're not seeing any problems with fog, almost afraid to say that because you know it can develop. so far so good. looking at very light showers moving through the central part of the state with a weak cold front. you hear cold front, you think it will get colder, but not really today. just going to get some clouds from this. we don't see any big change in temperature, some warmer air moving in, and some moisture moving in tomorrow. looks like any rain we get will mostly be north and west of the city. some of lust need umbrella in the morning tomorrow, then a lot of cloud cover for most every us throughout the rest of the day. then looks like friday afternoon we could get more rain rolling in. if you had plans for friday night, more rain rolling in, may need the umbrella, average high 66 degrees, hotter than that now. >> we go town to 78 tomorrow f we get any sunshine in the afternoon, we could flirt with tomorrow's record of
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80 degrees. showers, likely on friday. big transitional day. high temperatures very chilly, and on saturday, it will be very windy day. so, you will feel the difference this weekend, have fun today, bob kelly? >> i told you i used the air, but already flipped over the air-conditioning system. here's what i d i turned the air on in the car and just ransom duct work up into the bedroom, that got me through the night. >> that work out okay? >> knucklehead? dryer event from the car intoment apartment? >> ingenious. >> for air-conditioning? oh, there is a inventor right there. let's go for a ride. the schuylkill expressway, no problems at all coming into center city. good news, for folks bound for center city, vine expressway is open. south on 95, late running construction between cottman avenue, and bridge street, these guys are really getting
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tempers hole, one lane down near bridge street. avoid 95, maybe use the roosevelt boulevard, or come down state road, which turns into talcony street, and if you get on at bridge street, you will be good to go heading into downtown philly. coming in on the ben franklin, no problems, but take a look. only three lanes open here on the ben franklin. so, i don't know who is in charge of the sir, big green zipper machine basically moves the concrete barrier over, give us extra lane. they typically have it all done by this time. so, only set up with three lanes, coming into philly. so, going to try to get that guy on the phone and wake him up. lauren back to you. >> new jersey newspaper headquarters may soon become donut factory. according to the to the trentonian, trenton headquarters being sold to company that makes products for dunkin' dunkin donut storesn the move, 107 new jobs will be created, if everything with that deal goes through on time, the dunkin' donuts
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factory should be done by the end of the year. >> defending the state's new gas tax increase. christie says he had no choice. the gas tax 23 sent per gallon hike approved last week, money generated expected to replentish the state's transportation funds. christie agreed to the gas tax in exchange for lowering sales tax, and getting rid of the estate tax. he further said he did the right thing, and deserves credit for the cuts. >> it feels like philly, yes, he is coming back, forks today reschedule several concert after his wife, kim kardashian, robbed at gunpoint in harris. west now rescheduled the concert for december 13th, and he might as well hang out in philadelphia. he has another performance at the wells fargo center on the 15thment tickets go on sale on
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october 22nd. >> the swedish academy announced last week that they were giving him the 2016 nobel prize in literature. they've been in touch with his manager, but all they've gotten from dillon himself is complete silence. award ceremony whether he is present or not. >> janet jackson chaka can among the nominees for this year's rock and rawle hall of fame list. >> nominated into the legendary hall of fame, list includes rock group pearl japan british band yes. artists must have re lows dollars their first recording at least 25 years ago to be considered for the induction, finalist of winners will be announced in december. >> and, congratulations carry
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washington, actress gave birth to second child earlier this month, in typical fashion kept the news of the arrival of her son, under wraps, for almost two weeks now. the baby was born on october october 5th. washington and son also have two year old daughter. >> police in camden county say they've got the man who trashed youth football field in custody in the next hour what the teen's coach has to say about the suspect.
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>> 4:55, you see, you shoot it, our fresco users helping us show what's happening in your neighborhood. first, very sad news, the philadelphia police department mourning the loss after office here had heart attack while on duty. officer douglas bamm burger working at the criminal justice center yesterday morning, medics rushed him to hahnemann hospital where doctors tried to save him. fresco user vincent wheldon took this video of the procession as police left the hospital. officers bamm burger was only 41 years old, and a 16 year veteran of the force with a wife and two children. >> and how about this? friendly competition at shop rite in burlington new jersey this from nicole johnson, shows us shoprite staff nearly two dozen stores competing for the best bagger. they raised against the clock to bag grocery as fast as they k the winner heads to las vegas, that's where the national best bagger champion hip is held. >> some downward dog with the flying eagle yesterday in
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south philadelphia. the eagles and their mascot swoop hosed a yoga class at the nova care complex. they're raising breast cancer awareness, active lifestyle by those. so when you see news happening take out your phone, shoot it, use the fresco app and sends it to us to make some money. >> morning news, police are investigating a shooting in rittenhouse square, who they say they're searching for right now. first, big news, from dave kinchen, hi, dave? >> reporter: hi, lauren, we are just about three, over three minute away from possible strike of university workers in pennsylvania. will that happen? will they reach a deal? we will find out after the break.
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>> thousands of professors preparing to strike more than dozen colleges in our area. what staff, what are they saying, what are they fighting for? what's the threat no class could mean for more than a hundred thousand student in and this: they are their concern was, you know, am i going to get shot? people started running into the hotel. >> it is a popular center city spot. but right now rittenhouse square is a crime scene. the new information we're learning about the victim. >> young child in a tragic accident falling several
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stories off his family's balcony. the evidence police hope will help shed light on exactly what happens. >> and it is more summer like weather but it is going to feel like fall again. we promise. sue serio will have more on your forecast in just a bit. good day everybody, it is wednesday, october 19, 2016. thanks for waking up with us at 5:00 a.m. we are going to get to dave kinchen west chester university in just a minute. first, sue serio with our wednesday wetter. >> today could be your last flip flop day in a while. ten out of ten, hearing few complaints about this weather. bus stop buddy once again no jacked required. temperatures mostly in the upper 60s to start, so, yesterday was a mild start. today is a very mild start to the day. little breeze out there, it is 69 greets, at the airport, 7:16 is your sunrise time. other temperatures are in the 60s, as well, the coolest one we can find, allentown, 62 degrees. sixty-six millville. wilmington, 67. in the six's at the

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